New York State Archives
This series contains records documenting the creation and operation of the New York Festival Barge (the "Bicentennial Barge") by the New York State American Revolution Bicentennial Commission. The records were created or collected by Philip Johnson, Barge project director
Newark Public Library
Photographs and accompanying texts displayed in the 25th Anniversary Exhibits of Newark Human Rights Commission
Vermont Historical Society
This collection, 1922-1969, documents the procedures, ceremonies, and regalia for national chapters of the Improved Order of Red Men and its women's auxiliary group, the Degree of Pocahontas. The collection largely consists of printed materials outlining procedures for rituals, as well as a summary of the national Great Council Session, held in 1936. The collection contains a small amount of papers documenting the activities of the Degree of Pocahontas, including a directory of the New Hampshire council and a photograph with text panels for an exhibit on the Winnetta Council No. 10 (Barre, Vt.). Other than two certificates for local members, Ed Melvin and Amelia Descheneau, the collection does not contain any records of local activities
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
This collection contains news clippings, advertisements, ephemeral items, speakers' papers, photographs, and videorecordings surrounding the exhibit and conference sponsored by the University of Minnesota Libraries in 2009 honoring poet, translator, social critic, and publisher, Robert Bly. A DVD of a Robert Bly reading in 2006 is also included, in addition to other materials gathered by the Archives and Special Collections staff of the University of Minnesota Libraries
University of Virginia
The collection consists of mounted photographs and explanatory cards from the exhibition at the Albemarle County Historical Society sponsored jointly by the Hillel Jewish Center at the University of Virginia and Congregation Beth Israel of Charlottesville. The exhibit was authored by Carol Ely, Jeffrey Hantman, and Phyllis Leffler
Louisiana State University - Special Collections
Collection contains manuscript and research materials used for exhibits, lectures, tours, and writing on West Feliciana Parish. Dart's research into various West Feliciana Parish topics led her to collect original manuscripts and photographs from various West Feliciana Parish families. Manuscripts include deeds, correspondence, accounting records, legal papers, court cases, and receipts. Other records include published materials, copies of original materials, scrapbooks, photographs, notes, and exhibit text
College of Charleston - Marlene and Nathan Addlestone Library
Business records, correspondence, photographs, printed materials, and assorted artifacts relating to the history and operation of Pearlstine Distributors Inc. (est. 1972), a Charleston-based distributor of Anheuser-Busch products, and its parent company, I.M. Pearlstine & Sons, founded by Isaac Moses Pearlstine in 1885
Drexel University
This exhibit consists of fifty-seven panels of photographs of buildings in Philadelphia and the surrounding area, accompanied by twelve panels of interpretive text and one folder containing a brochure printed for Drexel's portion of the exhibition. Each panel of text deals with a different topic, such as colleges, houses, banks, libraries, etc., and describes a group of four or five panels of photographs. The brochure provides a narrative background for the exhibit


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